Albana Berberi

Ph.D. Candidate

Research interests: Evidence-based policymaking, anthropogenic impacts and biodiversity conservation strategies, science communication and outreach


M.S.c., Environmental Sustainability, University of Ottawa (2017-2019)
Research Paper: Incorporation of Indigenous Knowledge in Canadian National Parks Management Plans (Supervisor: Dr. Paul Heinztman)

Honours B.S.c., Behaviour, Cognition, and Neuroscience, University of Windsor (2013-2017)
Thesis Title: Nocturnal Flight Call Clusters: Using Acoustic Recordings To Track Avian Group Migration (Supervisor: Dr. Daniel Mennill)

Lab Publications (7)

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    Berberi, A., J. Guay, G. Bulté, S.J. Cooke, C.M. Davy and V.M. Nguyen.  2024.  Interactions between inland water-based recreation and freshwater turtles: A review.  Aquatic Conservation. 34:e4088.

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    Reid, C.H., Berberi, A., Scott, K., Woods, S., Midwood, J.D., & Cooke, S.J. 2024. Evaluating immobilisation thresholds and suitability of conductive glove electrodes for largemouth bass electroanaesthesia. Fisheries Research. 272: 106931.

  • Soroye, P., B.P.M. Edwards, R.T. Buxton, J.P. Ethier, A. Frempong-Manso, H. Keefe, A. Berberi, M. Roach-Krajewski, A.D. Binley, J.G. Vincent, H-Y. Lin, S.J. Cooke and J.R. Bennett. 2022.  The risks and rewards of community science for threatened species monitoring.  Conservation Science & Practice. e12788.

  • Collins, A.M., N.R. Haddaway, J. Thomas, N.P. Randall, J.J. Taylor, A. Berberi, J.L. Reid, C.R. Andrews and S.J. Cooke. 2022. Existing evidence on the impacts of within-field farmland management practices on the flux of greenhouse gases from arable cropland in temperate regions: a systematic map. Environmental Evidence. 11:24.

  • Alexander, S. M., Provencher, J. F., Henri, D. A., Nanayakkara, L., Taylor, J. J., Berberi, A., Lloren, J. I., Johnson, J.T., Ballard, M. and Cooke, S. J. 2021. Bridging Indigenous and Western sciences in freshwater research, monitoring, and management in Canada. Ecological Solutions and Evidence.  2:e12085.

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Other Publications

Erdodi, L. A., Rai, J., Pelletier, C., Zuccato, B., Kucharski, B., Seke, K., Berberi, A., Beaudoin, A. (2015). It’s About Time: Evaluating The Effect of Administration Sequence and Speed of Completion on the Signal Detection Performance of the Recognition Memory Test and Word Choice Test. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 29(3), 320.